Getting here is part of the adventure…
The island of South Uist is situated off the west coast of Scotland. It forms part of the archipelago known as the Outer Hebrides.
There are daily flights from Glasgow and from Inverness via Stornoway with Flybe. You can also fly to Barra, south of Eriskay and land on the beach for an added thrill. There are bus and ferry connections to Eriskay and a causeway over to South Uist.
Caledonian MacBrayne run several ferries from the mainland to the Uist. At the moment you can travel from Mallaig to Lochbosidale or Uig in Skye to Lochmaddy. They also run small ferries from Eriskay to South Uist and Bernary to Harris.
The islands from Eriskay to Bernary are all linked together with causeways. Some roads still remain single track with passing place for your convenience.
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